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Cezanne Oil Pastel Unit of Work

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This comprehensive Cezanne Oil Pastel Unit of Work includes everything you need to run a super-engaging Cezanne project.  During this project students will:

  • Learn about the work of Cezanne through observation, discussion and practical work.
  • Learn to create their own still life set-ups.
  • Practice photographing and drawing.
  • Develop their oil pastel skills.
  • Assess their own work.

This download includes:

  • A ‘Lesson by Lesson’ document includes lesson objectives, tasks, keywords, resources needed and homework. This is a one-page document which lets you know where you are up to at a glance.
  • An 11 slide presentation which includes an introduction, his early religious work, Cezanne and Pissarro, What he painted, Landscapes, Still Lifes, his Death.  The presentation includes a script that can be printed off, turning you into the instant expert with questions!
  • 4 Grid Drawings of Cezannes paintings.
  • A Cezanne Venn Diagram for art analysis.
  • A self-assessment sheet.

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Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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  • Very good, slight tweak needed to grids

    This resource helped me out of a tricky spot with Y9, I love the Venn diagram, and the grids can be used across several projects.

    The only snag is that the grids for students to draw in are slightly smaller than the grids over the images – there is almost a 2cm difference. They are still perfectly useable but my students got slightly confused as to why their drawings looked a bit squashed compared to the originals.

    Overall a really helpful and flexible resource.

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    • Hi Hannah, Thank you for your feedback. I have reviewed and improved the grid drawings. My apologies that they weren’t spot on. I’m always grateful of feedback that helps me improve the resources I provide. You, or anyone who has purchased this project, can redownload the resource. Under your username, go to ‘Purchase History’ and then ‘View Details and Downloads’ to redownload. Enjoy the resources.

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